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Resilience360 Analysts Discuss Supply Chain Impacts of Coronavirus in New Podcast

TROISDORF, Germany, Jan. 31, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Resilience360 supply chain risk intelligence analysts Mirko Woitzik and Tim Yu discussed the global supply chain impacts of the coronavirus in a podcast Supply Chain Now Special Report: Coronavirus Update & Global Supply Chain Implications” posted today on Supply Chain Now.

Since January 23, a deadly coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, Hubei Province – a major industrial and transport hub in central China – has triggered full or partial lockdowns in 13 Chinese cities that have severely restricted key land, air, and maritime transport routes across the country, and globally. Yesterday, Resilience360 released a special report outlining the impacts of the coronavirus on the global supply chain.

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Resilience360 predicts, monitors, and mitigates disruptions both man-made and natural, including hurricanes, cyberattacks, labor strikes, protests, and a rapidly changing regulatory environment. Resilience360’s platform enables near real-time monitoring of incidents by accessing millions of open-source media sites to provide an accurate assessment of potentially disruptive events that can impact the supply chain. Resilience360’s risk mitigation tools provide businesses with the information they need for supply chain visualization, procurement, and trade compliance.

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Resilience360 helps companies to visualize, track and protect their business operations. The Resilience360 solution facilitates intuitive supply chain visualization, tracks shipments and ETAs across different transport modes and enables near real-time monitoring of incidents capable of disrupting supply chains. Resilience360 easily integrates with business systems and helps companies keep track of risk in combination with their business performance indicators. It enables companies to better ensure business continuity, building risk profiles based on over 30 risk databases, and identifying critical hotspots using heat-maps to mitigate risks and to turn potential disruptions into a competitive advantage. For more information, go to

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